Discovery will show a man get ‘Eaten Alive’ by a giant snake

Discovery Channel will show a man get “Eaten Alive” by a giant snake
A filmmaker will wear a special “snake-proof” suit that will allow him to “get inside” a live anaconda for a special airing Dec. 7 (watch the trailer). Already, the stunt drawing concerns that it amounts to animal cruelty.

Minnie Driver joins NBC”s “Peter Pan Live!”
She”ll narrate the live event and play the adult Wendy Darling.

Hugh Bonneville: Terrorist group ISIS has nothing to do with “Downton Abbey”s” dog Isis
“Anyone who genuinely believes the series five storyline (1924) involving the animal was a reaction to recent world news is a complete berk,” he says.

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“@midnight” drops Artie Lange after his racist/sexist Twitter rant targeting an ESPN2 host
Lange was set to appear on Thursday”s “@midnight,” but that appearance was quickly canceled after Lange went on a Twitter rant about wanting to use ESPN2 “First Take” host Cari Champion as a sex slave.

ABC announces premiere dates for “Galavant” and “Agent Carter”
“Galavant” will take over “Once Upon a Time”s” timeslot on Jan. 4, while “Agent Carter” will air in “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”s” timeslot starting Jan. 6.

Check out “Gotham”s” Harvey Dent
Here”s the first look at Nicholas D”Agosto as a “bright, charming, idealistic Assistant District Attorney whose sole mission is to eradicate the crime and corruption that has poisoned Gotham.”

Coming to NBC: “Faust” from Mark Burnett & Roma Downey
“The Bible” pair are producing a drama based on the classic German legend of Faust, a “faith-based medical procedural and a contemporary take on the  popular tale about a scholar who sells his soul to the Devil for ultimate knowledge, which will explore questions of faith and the supernatural in a grounded, realistic way.”

ABC”s ShondaLand shows, “Agents of “S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “Once Upon a Time” get Winter premiere dates
“Grey”s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “How to Get Away with Murder” return Jan. 29. “Once Upon a Time” is back on March 1, while “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” returns March 3.

“The Good Wife” bringing back Dylan Baker and Laura Benanti
The fan faves are set to reprise their roles as (creepy) husband and wife.

“Better Call Saul” releases a behind-the-scenes teaser
“I came along as a lucky actor,” Bob Odenkirk says in the 2 1/2-minute video. “It's like someone telling you, ‘I think you may have won the lottery.'”

“Pretty Little Liars” boss developing “The Perfectionists” for ABC Family
Marlene King is set to bring “Pretty Little Liars” author Sarah Shepard”s latest book series to television.

“Almost Famous” star Patrick Fugit to star in Cinemax”s “Outcast”
He”ll be joined by British actor Philip Glenister in the exorcism drama from “The Walking Dead”s” Robert Kirkman.

Netflix orders a “Lemony Snicket”s A Series of Unfortunate Events” TV series
The book series has already been turned into a 2004 film starring Jim Carrey.